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Rio de Janeiro today, by iPhone 11

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Copacabana.

Thank you for looking.

 

50040790687_9e3b0e0434_h.jpgaiphone11 Copa 2 by Aguinaldo  Tinoco de Paula, no Flickr

 

 

 

 

50039971258_91513b3b85_h.jpgaiphone11 Copa 1 by Aguinaldo  Tinoco de Paula, no Flickr

 

 

 

 

50039971213_5c6fa27849_h.jpgaIphone11 Copa by Aguinaldo  Tinoco de Paula, no Flickr

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5 hours ago, Dallas said:

Incredible how phone cameras have developed in the past 10 years. I still use my iPhone 7P for many things instead of rushing to get my real cameras. 

Yes, but I still prefer my camera and lenses.

Today I didn't have them with me.


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Another one.

 

50042040042_3a0e00ccc7_h.jpgaaiphone11 Copa 3 by Aguinaldo  Tinoco de Paula, no Flickr

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6 hours ago, Dallas said:

Incredible cloud formations you guys get.

It is a cirrus formation. Available worldwide. Lol

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I guess the last one was shot with the ultra-wide option - there seems to be a bit of distortion around the edges.  What is the equivalent field of view?

 

You've certainly done a good job of catching those clouds.

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59 minutes ago, crowecg said:

I guess the last one was shot with the ultra-wide option - there seems to be a bit of distortion around the edges.  What is the equivalent field of view?

 

You've certainly done a good job of catching those clouds.

Ultra Wide: ƒ/2.4 aperture and 120° field of view.

Thank you for the comment.


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You are a loser when you quit".
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21 hours ago, atpaula said:

Ultra Wide: ƒ/2.4 aperture and 120° field of view.

Thank you for the comment.

 

That would be wide even for an interchangeable lens camera, and most would probably also show that curvature at the edges.

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